Halifax_Citadel National Historic Site

The Atlantic Maritime Epic


Driving on the road to explore the fresh salt air, unspoiled nature, gourmet seafood and warm hospitality in the world’s most popular destinations of the Canadian Maritime. share superstitions, legends, and fables that date back to the rum-running days; let our creation bring you a truly Maritime’s experience.


  • Product ID NS1002321
  • Vacation Style Self-Drive
  • Activity Level Easy
  • Duration 10 days
All about The Atlantic Maritime Epic.


Halifax | Pier 21 | Halifax Citadel

Peggy’s Cove | Lunenburg

Saint John| Hopewell Rock

Bay Fundy | Confederation Bridge

Charlottetown | Green Gable

Cape Breton National Park

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

9 nights accommodation (double occupancy)

9 days rental car (midsize vehicle)

Canadian Museum of Immigration <admission fee>

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site <admission>

Hopewell Rock Provincial Park <admission>

Green Gables Heritage Place <admission fee>

Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site <admission fee>

Fundy Rose Ferry from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick <one way>

Northumberland Ferry from PEI to Nova Scotia <one way>


  1. Day 1 Halifax

    Pick up your rental car from Halifax International Airport upon arrival, and head to your designated hotel. Halifax is one of Canada’s oldest cities. It’s well known for its maritime history. From the stunning waterfront to the hilltop a star-shaped Citadel, Halifax offers amazing charm a seaside city. Also, Halifax is a major business centre with an eclectic mix of restaurants, pubs, and shopping for you to enjoy.

      Accommodation suggestion
     Hampton Inn by Hilton Halifax Downtown (3.5 ) or more selective

  2. Day 2 Halifax

    Explorer Halifax starting from Pier 21! this is Canada’s national museum of immigration and an unmissable step to better understand the history of the settlers upon their arrival in Canada. you can see the former ocean liner terminal and immigration shed from 1928 to 1971. Pier 21 is Canada’s last remaining ocean immigration shed. Continue to visit the Maritime Museum to learn Titanic’s real story; walking up the hill to Citadel National Historic Site; step into beautiful Public Garden and Dalhousie University, Canadian, the older and best University in the Atlantic provinces. The best ending of visit world-famous Alexander Keith’s Brewery or feast of lobster and plates of seafood cuisine.

    Accommodation suggestion
     Hampton Inn by Hilton Halifax Downtown (3.5 ) or more selective

  3. Day 3 Lunenburg & Paggy's Cove

    Today will heading to Lunenburg – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lunenburg is one of the most accurate surviving examples of a British Colonial Era town. The ”Old Town” of Lunenburg is well known for its rich history in ship building and involvement in the fishing industry, the town has some beautiful 17th century colourful houses that make it special. Later heading off to postcard-perfect Mahone Bay where a trinity of 19th century-built churches represents an iconic cultural landscape of Nova Scotia, along the coastline driving into Peggy’s Cove, home to the most photographed lighthouse in all of Canada. Peggy’s Cove erected its first lighthouse in 1868. The one that stands today was built in 1914 and during World War II, it was even used as a radio station for the Royal Canadian Navy. Late afternoon back to Halifax.

    Accommodation suggestion
     Hampton Inn by Hilton Halifax Downtown (3.5 ) or more selective

  4. Day 4 Halifax – Saint John

    Today drive to the west coast of Nova Scotia; first stopover at Annapolis Royal and visit Fort Anne which is Canada’s oldest National Historic Site, learning hundreds of   French, Scottish and British history. Later arrive at the scallop capital of the world — Digby, which is and where the fresh sea air and passionate Acadian culture combine to form an enchanting and historically rich town, taking time to enjoy scallop with Nova Scotia wine. Late afternoon catching ferry to the city on the Bay of Fundy — Saint John, New Brunswick. You can strolling at downtown, Saint John city fully in history and Landmark architecture; walking through the post-Great Fire residential renaissance, Loyalist Burial Grounds, the City Market, the Stone Church and the Three Sisters Lamp (a trio of gas lamps that used to guide sailors safely into the harbour).

      Accommodation suggestion
    Hilton Saint John (4 ) or more selective

  5. Day 5 Saint John - Moncton

    At Saint John, don’t forget the famous Reversing Rapids to explore the Bay of Fundy to learn about here has the world’s highest tides; then travel through Fundy National Park arrive the true natural wonder Hopewell Rocks, you will marvel at these massive flower-pot shaped formations sculpted by the highest tides on the planet. Later arrive Moncton.

    Accommodation suggestion
     Four Point by Sheraton Moncton (3.5 ) or more selective

  6. Day 6 Moncton - Charlottetown

    This morning phots with Giant Lobster sculpture at the town of Shediac is known as the “Lobster Capital to the World” or enjoy a Lobster burger at McDonald’s during July. Later driving through the Confederation Bridge, the largest continuous multi-span bridge in the world, into Prince Edward Island, you can photos with the unique, oldest lighthouse in Point Prim and Wood Island or experience true maritime hospitality with traditional ”hall-style” lobster for supper.

      Accommodation suggestion
     Delta Hotel by Marriott Prince Edward Island (4 ) or more selective

  7. Day 7 Charlottetown

    Today drive by red cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields as you make your way to Prince Edward Island National Park, visit Green Gables Heritage Site, the alluring inspiration of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic “Anne of Green Gables.

    Accommodation suggestion
     Delta Hotel by Marriott Prince Edward Island (4 ) or more selective

  8. Day 8 Charlottetown - Sydney

    This morning, you will taking ferry over the Northumberland Strait back to Nova Scotia and proceed to Cape Breton Island, visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site to learn of the many accomplishments of this genius who made his home on the island.

    Accommodation suggestion
     Hampton Inn by Hilton Sydney (3.5 ) or more selective

  9. Day 9 Cape Breton Highlands National Park

    Today experience one of the most stunningly picturesque drives in North America. The Cabot Trail winds around the rocky splendour of Cape Breton’s northern shore, ascending to the incredible plateaus of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Look-offs offer unforgettable vistas of Cape Breton’s rugged coastline.

    Accommodation suggestion
     Hampton Inn by Hilton Sydney (3.5 ) or more selective

  10. Day 10 Baddeck - Halifax Airport

    This morning, driving back to Halifax International Airport, return your rental car and your maritime journey concludes today.

Canadian Museum of Immigration
PEI foodie
NB_Hopewell Rocks
Cape Breton
Digby Harbour

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